|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Welcome to Drupal(Con) - Jeffrey A. "jam" McGuire. Robert Douglass|
We want you to be part of Drupal! In this session, we'll cover some of the most common questions that come up when choosing Drupal and how to get started once you've made that choice. Helping users with widely varying experience get the most out of Drupal at Acquia has given us some insights about getting to know Drupal and how it can best work for you.
Keywords: DrupalCon Chicago 2011; drupalcon; Drupal; Drupal Community; Beginner
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|مؤسسة الإمارة للانتاج الإعلامي تقدم الإصداري المرئي الرائع: عملیات المجاھدین فی نورستان - قناة شموخ الإسلام|
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Keywords: مؤسسة الإمارة ؛للانتاج؛ الإعلامي؛ تقدم؛ الإصداري؛ المرئي ؛الرائع؛ عملیات المجاھدین فی نورستان
|Drupalcon Chicago 2011 - This is horribly broken, how can we fix it? - Gábor Hojtsy|
Have you encountered a moment ever using Drupal when you found your work broken due to Drupal core or some module? Managed to track down the cause outside of your code and configuration? Great, you can get it fixed for yourself! But that is not gonna be sustainable for your project's future. How can you get that fixed for others as well and how will you get fixes contributed by others? As the saying goes "Drupal never sleeps", so you can get feedback on your fixes while you are commuting or watc...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; community; fixes; beginner; patch; documentation
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|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Drupal Module Coding: Leaner Techniques for Faster Websites. - Irakli Nadareishvili, Erik Summerfield|
Problem: Drupal often gets "credit" for being a memory- and CPU-hungry content management system. Solution: The session will describe latest code-design best practices that, when used in module development, provide better resource profile and decrease memory footprint of Drupal-built projects. We will show how to leverage frameworks like CTools to write leaner, yet extensible modules and what impact the best practices used in this style have on the performance and scalability of the system.
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; coding; advaced; performance
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|Drupalcon Chicago 2011 - The Tools of the Trade - Lior Kesos; Alex Urevick-Ackelsberg; Aaron Pava; Eric Gundersen|
In many Drupalcons, experienced Drupal shops shared their tips, tricks and knowledge with newer and smaller Drupal developers. Instead of abstract guidelines - We'd like to focus on the tools we use throughout the sales/spec/develoment/deploy cycle.
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; website development; beginner; business and strategy
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - New Directions for Drupal Documentation - Jennifer Hodgdon, Ariane Khachatourians|
Drupal has a large documentation infrastructure around it, and a team of volunteers maintaining that documentation. In this session, one of the leaders of the Drupal Documentation effort will talk about: The different audiences for Drupal documentation (site builders, content maintainers, themers, coders, business decision makers) What kind of documentation is needed for each audience How the current Drupal documentation fulfills and fails to fulfill these needs Strengths and weaknesses of the c...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago; drupal; drupal community; beginner; documentation
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Paying for the plumbing - Allie Micka, Grace Francisco, Carol Smith, Robert Douglass|
As Drupal grows, there are a variety of ways to get module and other development funded. Corporate support, educational programs, and grants are all becoming increasingly common. This panel discussion focuses on the ways in which Drupal developers can 'Pay for the Plumbing' outside of the traditional client services model.
Keywords: Drupalcon Chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; intermediate; Drupal community; funding
|AF1, Obama , in Prague - Přemek Homola|
Keywords: Barack Obama in Prague
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Show Me The Money! - Liza Kindred, Eric Gundersen, James Walker, Matt Westgate|
For DrupalCon San Francisco, I polled the top Drupal shops to find out what they charge and shared the results in my session & online through Lullabot's blog. The results were eye-opening, and in some cases, mind-blowing! Let's open that door even further. I've been crafting a much more comprehensive pricing survey that includes all sizes and pedigrees of Drupal shops (as well as freelancers). I'll share the results, and in this session, we'll hear from a panel of people at each level of pricing...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; beginner; business and strategy; prices; money
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Community-Based Drupal Training - Jennifer Hodgdon; Douglas Vann; Andy Laken; Barry Madore|
This session brings together a panel with different perspectives on and experiences with community-based Drupal training (by which we mean training that is inexpensive and provided by and for the Drupal community). We will discuss: Audience: Who are the possible audiences for community-based training, and which audiences do you focus on? Goals: What are the possible goals of community-based training, and which goals do you focus on? Delivery methods: What forms of training have you tried, and ho...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; training; beginner; drupal community
|The Last Moments in this Wasteland - Jaroslav Lorenc|
Music video by Jaros Lorenc. FM synthesis, mix sounds.
Keywords: relaxation; church; Christian; ordeal; judgment; of; God
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Closing Plenary - DrupalCon Chicago 2011|
Find out about DrupalCon London, DrupalCon North America 2012, and more in the closing session of DrupalCon Chicago!
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; closing session
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Drupal Summit - A New Drupal Conference Paradigm - Jared Stoneberg|
One of the largest early impacts on my Drupal experience was attending a Drupal camp. Drupal camps have grown and become wildly popular and for good reason- they are awesome. In the Pacific Northwest we have developed a new model that has evolved from our successful camp history- a conference for Drupal professionals. Come hear where this idea came from, what we have learned after 2 years of running the conference and why we think serving the Drupal community looks different today than it used t...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; intermediate; drupal community; summit
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Community Health: Some Doctor's Advice - Addison Berry|
Drupal is not just software. One of the things that has made Drupal so successful is its recognition of the fact that we are real people who need to work together as a community and deal with real human problems. Our project is unique, but being humans, we share many of the same traits, pitfalls, and concerns as most other social groups in the world. Often an outside perspective can provide insights and fresh thoughts for approaching issues that arise in similar circumstances...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; online communities; drupal community; anthropology; research; beginner
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Drupal in the Cloud - Jim Salem, Josh Koenig, Robert Collazo, Pierre Couzy|
What do cloud services offer Drupal developers today? See Drupal cloud technology from Acquia, Pantheon, and Microsoft up close and behind the scenes. We'll put these tools in the hot-seat to see if they are ready for prime time and how they compare to traditional hosting and to each-other. We will also do a deep dive into the stacks to see how they were built to scale.
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; intermediate; implementation and config; git
Rasmus Lerdorf (http://toys.lerdorf.com/) on PHP Performance during Campus Party Europe. Slides available at http://talks.php.net/show/cp10/ . Recorded and edited by Daniel Monedero Tórtola (faltantornillos.net)
Keywords: php; performance; xdebug; valgrind; siege
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Don't Design Websites ... Design Web Systems - Todd Ross Nienkerk; Adam Snetman|
Drupal's theme layer is very flexible and can accommodate just about any web design. It's important for designers to remember, however, that they're not really creating a page — they're building a complete system to house the all of the site's content. By creating the sitemaps, wireframes, and mockups, designers are actually outlining a site's feature set. Designers, not developers, usually determine a site's purpose and functionality...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; website design; theming; website conversion; intermediate; design and ux
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Competing with Giants - How to Win with Drupal vs Proprietary Alternatives - Bryan House|
Drupal has become a serious player in the enterprise market, encountering a new set of competitors along the way. Free software alone isn't enough for most larger organizations to choose Drupal. The technical selection process is more intensive, with many more stakeholders influencing the decision process - each with their own biases and requirements. Additionally, enterprises rely on guidance from analysts and their peers to create their short list of potential options to consider...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; beginner; business and strategy
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Strategies for Client Management - Chris Strahl, Vanessa Turke, Amye Scavarda, Seth Brown, Rachel Scott|
We're putting on a panel that pulls together experienced, mid-level and new project managers from the Drupal community to talk about strategies for client and project management. We'll be talking about instructive failure points in our own work, with personal stories of how we mess things up and how we recover gracefully. This panel will be informative, entertaining and full of audience participation possibilities...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; beginner; business and strategy
|Panel: The challenges and frontiers of data science in Europe|
Keywords: python; pydata; pydataberlin2014
|The Shogun Machine Learning Toolbox|
We present the Shogun Machine Learning Toolbox, a unified framework for Machine Learning algorithms. Machine Learning (ML) is the art of finding structure in data in an automated way and has given rise to a wide range of applications such as recommendation systems, object recognition, brain-computer interfaces, robotics, predicting stock prices, etc. Our toolbox offers extensive bindings with other software and computing languages, Python being the major target...
|Sheffield - Cut the Corporate Elite - Sheffield Indymedia|
Video from protests in Sheffield on 12th March 2011 against the Liberal Democrat Conference which was held at the City Hall.
Keywords: protest; liberal democrats; indymedia; sheffield; uk
|Digital currency makes a buzz - Global News - August 16 2013 - Shaw Media Inc.|
Fri, Aug 16 - A controversial virtual currency called Bitcoin is starting to take off. And as Yuliya Talmazan reports, Vancouver businesses and consumers are among the first to embrace this new form of money. Originally published at http://globalnews.ca/video/786323/digital-currency-makes-a-buzz © Shaw Media Inc., 2013. All rights reserved. This content is made available here in free format (Ogg Vorbis / Ogg Theora) for the purposes of private study, research and education study, when the origi...
Keywords: bitcoin; global news; vancouver; canada; news
|Maths of the Mind - The Jodcast|
We use our brains to understand maths, but we can also use maths to help understand our brains. In The Maths of the Mind we meet some of the current mathematical ideas being used, explore how optical illusions can help us explain how we see, and look at how the maths developed can be used to build novel computer devices. This talk was presented by Professor Peter McOwan at The University of Manchester as part of the MoreMathsGrads project in collaboration with CS4FN
Keywords: maths; mathematics; illusion; lecture
|Out-of-Core Columnar Datasets|
It is a fact: we just entered in the Big Data era. More sensors, more computers, and being more evenly distributed throughout space and time than ever, are forcing data analyists to navigate through oceans of data before getting insights on what this data means. Tables are a very handy and spreadly used data structure to store datasets so as to perform data analysis (filters, groupings, sortings, alignments...)...
|Open World Forum [Followup]: 'require knowledgecommons' # bugfix - Mike Linksvayer|
Follow up to http://www.archive.org/details/OpenWorldForumrequireKnowledgecommonsThisCurrentlyFails Slides and other related info at http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Open_World_Forum:_%27require_knowledgecommons%27
Keywords: owf11; open world forum; mike linksvayer; creative commons; cc; open; commons
|MediaGoblin Campaign Pitch - GNU MediaGloblin Project|
Campaign pitch for http://mediagoblin.org
Keywords: crowdfunding; open source; free software
|Drupalcon Chicago 2011 - How to Make Awesomesauce - mortendk|
Theming a site is NOT doing a grid, modifying the CSS & changing a bit of HTML - Theming starts when the first field is created! This is where Design, UX, Drupal stuff, functionality and content (read: user input *argh*) all comes together as a big "happy" family - or rather all wanna have its say, and nobody wanna take the responsibility for all the stuff nobody thought of. Its a battleground where quick n dirty solutions will hunt you down in about 6 months, decisions that were made in the sta...
Keywords: drupal; drupalcon; drupalcon chicago; drupalcon chicago 2011; themeing; awesomesauce; intermediate
|Commodity Machine Learning|
Keywords: python; pydata; pydataberlin2014
|Mujatweets - Episode #2 - أبي محمد الأنصاري119|
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم AlHayat Media presents :Mujatweets - Episode #2
Keywords: AlHayat Media؛Mujatweets Episode
|Drupalcon Chicago 2011 - Scaling the Drupal Community - Angie Byron, Greg Dunlap|
At Drupalcon Copenhagen, our fearless leader posed the question, "What would happen if Drupal grew 10x larger?" This session will attempt to explore the Drupal community angle of that question. Our community has already seen exponential growth–in 5 years Drupal.org has gone from ~25,000 to ~1,000,000 members–and it can be baffling (and a little terrifying) to think of the community growing bigger still...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago; drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; beginner; community; drupal community
|The Cython Compiler for Python|
The Cython compiler is the most widely used static compiler for Python. The code it generates is used in countless critical applications that process huge amounts of data world wide. Cython has two major use cases: to compile Python code into fast native extension modules, and to connect native code to the CPython runtime. The main goal of the Cython project is to make it easy for users to manually optimise their Python code to make it run at C speed...
|Fun with cPython memory allocator|
Working with Python does not usually involve debugging memory problems: the interpreter takes care of allocating and releasing system memory and you get to enjoy working on real problems. But what if you encounter such problems? What if your program never releases memory? How do you debug it? I will tell a story of one programmer discovering such problems. The talk will take listeners on a journey of issues they can encounter, tools they can use to debug the problems and possible solutions to se...
|Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Memory in Python But Were Afraid to Ask|
This talk will cover basics of CPython memory usage. It will start with basics like objects and data structures representation. Then advanced memory management aspects, such as sharing, segmentation, preallocation or caching, will be discussed. Finally, memory profiling tools will be presented.
|Using All These Cores: Transactional Memory in PyPy|
PyPy is a fast alternative Python implementation. Software Transactional Memory (STM) is a current academic research topic. Put the two together --brew for a couple of years-- and we get a version of PyPy that runs on multiple cores, without the infamous Global Interpreter Lock (GIL). The current research is based on a recent new insight that promises to give really good performance. The speed of STM is generally measured by two factors: the ability to scale with the number of CPUs, and the amou...
|Performance Python for Numerical Algorithms|
This talk is about several approaches to implement high performing numerical algorithms and applications in Python. It introduces into approaches like multi-threading, parallelization (CPU/GPU), dynamic compiling, high throughput IO operations. The approach is a practical one in that every approach is illustrated by specific Python examples. The talk uses, among others, the following libraries: * NumPy * numexpr * IPython.Parallel * Numba * NumbaPro * PyTables
|How Pony ORM translates Python generators to SQL queries|
[Pony ORM](http://ponyorm.com) is an object-relational mapper implemented in Python. It allows writing advanced queries to a database using plain Python in the form of a generator expression. This way queries look very concise. The main feature of Pony is to provide a method to write declarative queries to databases in pure Python using generators. For this purpose Pony analyzes the abstract syntax tree of a generator and translates it to its SQL equivalent...
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Test, Tune, Tweak, Hack, Repeat: Industrial-strength Performance and Scalability - Matt Butcher, Theresa Summa|
Yeah, sure... your site is slow. But why? How do you find out? And what are you going to do about it when you do find out? In this session the development team at ConsumerSearch.com (one of the largest Drupal sites out there) discusses performance and scalability issues we've faced and how we've addressed them. We'll be sharing how we tested, tuned, tweaked, and hacked Drupal and our environment to squeeze as much performance out of it as we could...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; coder; intermediate
|Karen & Patrick Lauke - re/sonant - Summerhall - Summerhall|
karen lauke / patrick h. laukere/sonanttaking inspiration from the secret and disused spaces found in Summerhall, re/sonant plays on the more macabre atmosphere evoked by the idea of a veterinary clinic – surgical procedures, dissections, incinerations.the piece – an exploration of the aural qualities of metallic structures – aims to convey and amplify a feeling of subtle unease, punctuated by the subdued creaks and sounds of an abandoned building.www.karenlauke.comOriginally posted on the...
Keywords: art; sound art; installation; sound installation
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Baby Got Backend: Content Administrators are Users Too - Karen McGrane; Jeff Eaton|
Content administrators are the forgotten users of the internet. The user experience field focuses on delivering usable, compelling experiences for end users — but doesn't always consider what will be required from the people who maintain the site each day. Drupal developers sometimes forget that there are lots of people who use Drupal every day who don't know (and don't want to know) how Drupal works...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; chicago; content administrators; user interface; beginner; design and ux
|AlHayat_Media presents: Mujatweet episode-8 - أبي محمد الأنصاري119|
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|Extract Transform Load using mETL|
mETL is an ETL package written in Python which was developed to load elective data for Central European University. Program can be used in a more general way, it can be used to load practically any kind of data to any target. Code is open source and available for anyone who want to use it. The main advantage to configurable via Yaml files and You have the possibility to write any transformation in Python and You can use it natively from any framework as well...
Keywords: python; pydata; pydataberlin2014
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Drupal As a Mature Software Industry - Robert Douglas, Jeff Walpole|
Drupal will become a billion-dollar industry in the near future. The number of companies with >$1 million annual revenue from Drupal work is on the rise, as is the number of companies with >$1 billion annual revenue who now also sell Drupal services and products. Drupal is clearly becoming a mature software industry. But what does it mean to be mature? Who thrives in mature software industries? How is our industry segmented? And, importantly, how does this compare to software industries that hav...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago; drupalcon; business and strategy; beginner; appstore; industry
|Drupalcon Chicago 2011 - Visual Hierarchy 1, 2, 3: This MUST Be Important! - Jared Ponchot|
Whether you're designing a homepage, the next Views interface, or a car dashboard, visual hierarchy is one of the most important design principles that comes into play. We'll look at real world examples of visual hierarchy gone good and bad and some basic fundamentals, tips and tricks to ensure that the important things win in your designs. We'll dive into Drupal for some real world examples of visual hierarchy decisions that affect us Drupalers every day...
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; design; ux; usability; beginner
|Generators Will Free Your Mind|
James Powell is a professional Python programmer based in New York City. He is the chair of the NYC Python meetup nycpython.com and has spoken on Python/CPython topics at PyData SV, PyData NYC, PyTexas, PyArkansas, PyGotham, and at the NYC Python meetup. He also authors a blog on programming topics at seriously.dontusethiscode.com
Keywords: python; pydata; pydataberlin2014
|DrupalCon Chicago 2011 - Git on Drupal.org: It's Easier Than You Think! - Randy Fay; Alan Burke|
Drupal.org is switching from the venerable CVS for source control to the awesome cutting-edge Git. I'll show what this means to you and demonstrate how easy it is to use Git to accomplish your core or contrib workflow.
Keywords: drupalcon chicago 2011; drupalcon; drupal; git; source control; versioning; intermediate; coder
|An HTTP request's journey through a platform-as-a-service|
PythonAnywhere hosts tens of thousands of Python web applications, with traffic ranging from a couple of hits a week to dozens of hits a second. Hosting this many sites reliably at a reasonable cost requires a well-designed infrastructure, but it uses the same standard components as many other Python-based websites. We've built our stack on GNU/Linux, nginx, uWSGI, Redis, and Lua -- all managed with Python...